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Spoken Arts Treasury of John Donne Read by Robert Speaight

£7.99

Product description

The record is in very good condition with no obvious scratches and has been cleaned to improved the look of the vinyl. Similarly the sleeve is also in very good condition, apart from very slight foxing on the the back of cover and a very small inscription made in pen by a previous owner on the bottom left hand corner. This however does little to detract from the overall appeal of the record, which is very nice indeed.

Track Listing

Side One
1. The Good-Morrow
2 Song: Goe, and catche a falling starre
3. The Sunne Rising
4. The Legacie
5. The Anniversarie
6. Loves Alchymie
7.The Apparition
8. The Broken Heart
9. Loves Deitie
10. The Funerall
11. The Relique
12. Elegy: On his Mistris

Side Two
1. Elegy: Loves Progress
2. Elegy: The Autumnall
3. Elegy: To his Mistris Going to Bed
4. Holy Sonnet: At the Round Earths
5. Holy Sonnet: Death be not Proud
6. Holy Sonnet: Batter my Heart
7. A Hymme to Christ
8. Hymme to God my God
9. A Hymme to God the Father

Read by Robert Speaight/Robert Eddison

Spoken Arts Inc, 95 Valley Road, New Rochelle, New York

Condition: Side one VG/ Side Two VG/ Sleeve VG

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Robert Speaight
Catalogue number:
859
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Spoken Arts
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
21

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About this item

The record is in very good condition with no obvious scratches and has been cleaned to improved the look of the vinyl. Similarly the sleeve is also in very good condition, apart from very slight foxing on the the back of cover and a very small inscription made in pen by a previous owner on the bottom left hand corner. This however does little to detract from the overall appeal of the record, which is very nice indeed.

Track Listing

Side One
1. The Good-Morrow
2 Song: Goe, and catche a falling starre
3. The Sunne Rising
4. The Legacie
5. The Anniversarie
6. Loves Alchymie
7.The Apparition
8. The Broken Heart
9. Loves Deitie
10. The Funerall
11. The Relique
12. Elegy: On his Mistris

Side Two
1. Elegy: Loves Progress
2. Elegy: The Autumnall
3. Elegy: To his Mistris Going to Bed
4. Holy Sonnet: At the Round Earths
5. Holy Sonnet: Death be not Proud
6. Holy Sonnet: Batter my Heart
7. A Hymme to Christ
8. Hymme to God my God
9. A Hymme to God the Father

Read by Robert Speaight/Robert Eddison

Spoken Arts Inc, 95 Valley Road, New Rochelle, New York

Condition: Side one VG/ Side Two VG/ Sleeve VG

Band/artist(s):
Robert Speaight
Catalogue number:
859
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Spoken Arts
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
21

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